Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds

Record this season

0 (win) – 2 (loss) – 0 (tie)

Date Time Sport / Team(s) Opponent Venue Result
Apr 5, '17 3:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Ethel Walker Home Canceled   iCal
Apr 8, '17 3:30 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Miss Porter's Away Canceled   iCal
Apr 19, '17 3:15 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Loomis Home Canceled   iCal
Apr 28, '17 4:45 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Westminster Away Canceled   iCal
May 1, '17 4:45 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Suffield Home Canceled   iCal
May 5, '17 5:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Loomis Away Canceled   iCal
May 8, '17 4:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Bement Away Loss - 6-9   iCal
May 10, '17 3:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Putney Away Canceled   iCal
May 13, '17 3:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Taft Home Canceled   iCal
May 16, '17 4:00 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Bement Home Loss - 7-8   iCal
May 19, '17 4:30 pm Lacrosse, Girls: Thirds
Putney Home Canceled   iCal

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Name Class  Hometown
Dominique Whitney 2019 Whately, MA
Hatty Wang 2016 Beijing 100061, China
Akya Evans 2016 Washington, DC
Chenelle Jones 2019 Brooklyn, NY
Celine Kim 2017 Seoul 135-894, Korea
Jada Howard 2019 Cambria Heights, NY
Jennifer Brown 2019 Bronx, NY
Cassia Ferguson 2017 Christiansted, VI
Emily Yue 2016 Guilford, CT
Elisabeth Tarazi 2019 Bennington, VT
Molly Persons 2019 South Deerfield, MA
Athalie Bastien 2018 Brooklyn, NY
Mallorie Hsu 2016 Taipei, Taiwan
  • Kimberly Wright and the Deerfield field hockey program have proven to be a perfect fit. Now home to one of the premier teams in New England, Deerfield has become a force to be reckoned with since it turned to coeducation in 1989. In that time, the field hockey team has qualified for post-season play in every year but one. They have six Western New England titles and won the New England tournament in 1992. Under Kim's leadership, the team has amassed an impressive 83-33-12 record.

    Before joining Deerfield’s ranks, Kim held an assistant coaching position at Georgetown. She was a member of the University of Massachusetts – Amherst field hockey team, which reached the NCAA Division I tournament in each of her four years and competed in the finals Kim's freshman year.